On The Broadcast: Wednesday, December 1st

Was Paul flattering the Roman Christians when he told them they were "full of goodness?" Recall what Jesus said on this topic: "Only One is good." And we read from Paul's own pen earlier in this letter, "There is none righteous, no, not one." So what's changed? We'll think about that and more, as we spend some time in what Pastor Jim calls the "neglected parts" of the book of Romans. We begin the new month with a new sermon. This one's called, Living the Good Life. Here's Pastor Jim to open with prayer.

On the current broadcast, you are invited to listen to part 1 of 3 of Pastor Jim's message entitled Living The Good Life from the series Romans - The New Covenant. Open your Bible to Romans 15 and follow along, or click on the scripture reference to read along with Pastor Jim online.

You can purchase a copy of today's message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for just $7 on a single CD, and for a limited time you can order the complete series, Romans - The New Covenant, on a set of 36 CDs for the special price of just $124. Just give us a call at +1 (800) 984-2313. This special offer ends Monday, December 13th. And of course you can always listen online or download any of Pastor Jim's messages for free.

The Mount Ararat Discovery: was it built there, or did it float there?

Many are asking about developments concerning the Mount Ararat Discovery: what appears a large frozen ancient wooden structure buried under volcanic rock and ice near the top of Mount Ararat in Eastern Turkey. What is most interesting is that the Bible mentions the mountains of Ararat (ancient Urartu) as the resting place of Noah’s Ark. Though not always known by its current name, being the tallest mountain in the Ancient Near East, Mount Ararat is the only mountain in ancient Urartu where the tops of the surrounding mountains would still be covered with water when viewed from the mountain where the Ark came to rest. The discovery of Otzi the Iceman in the Italian Alps back in the early nineties shows how the permanently frozen conditions on top of this mountain could have preserved wood for thousands of years.

Watch this fascinating video, then navigate to http://araratdiscovery.org to learn more!

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